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Demando pri “lasi” kun “I-verbo”

En esperanta blogero el la blogo de Jouko Lindstedt, mi trovis la jenan frazon (ĝuste en la fino de tiu blogero): Esperanto estas maniero lasi la realon surprizi. La signifo ŝajnas klara: ...
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Kion signifas “k” ĉi tie?

konsumiĝi: 1 Iom post iom perdiĝi, neniiĝi: vi ĝemos en la fino, kiam konsumiĝos via karno k korpo; li konsumiĝis k mortis.(Vortaro) Kion signifas "k" ĉi tie?
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Kion signifas fini demandon per “do”?

Ekzemploj: "Kaj kio do?" – "Al kiu do?" – "Kial do?" Tekstaro donas pli ol 100 similajn rezultojn por la serĉesprimo " do\?"
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Sankta Tago de Zamenhof?

Does the phrase "Sankta Tago de Zamenhof" mean that it is a holy day for Zamenhof himself but not necessarily for other people?
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Kio estas la diferenco inter “imponi” kaj “impresi”

Bonvolu klarigi tion al mi, kio estas la diferenco inter: Vi imponas min. Vi impresas min. Ĉu vi povas aldone krei taŭgan kuntekston por ambaū frazoj?
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What is the difference between krom and krome?

Both words are grammatically adverbs. I see them quite often but still can not understand which one is more suitable to use. What exactly is the difference? Can you also create the usage example for ...
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How does one express “to share” in Esperanto?

There seems to be several words in Esperanto that all correspond to the English verb "to share". Right now I can think of dividi, diskonigi and kunhavi. I'd love to see a collection of them all, and ...
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What is the difference between “Mia onklo venas sane” and “Mia onklo venas sana”?

I know that one of them is an adverb and one of them is an adjective. But what is the more deeper meaning of the sentences? Can you create a proper context for them please? Do also similar examples ...
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What is the difference between -ita and -ata?

I've seen phrases translated using both forms and apparently meaning the exact same thing. For example, I have seen "I am busy" translated as both mi estas okupita and mi estas okupata. How do I ...
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What is the meaning of “korekta” and when to use it?

It is a common error to believe that "correct" in English translates to "korekta" in Esperanto. The correct word is "ĝusta" or "senerara". But if "korekta" does not mean "correct", what does it mean ...